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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Antonio Conte can't guarantee Diego Costa's Chelsea future

The ESPN FC panel analyse which Diego Costa will show up for Chelsea this season -- if he remains at all.
ESPN FC's Paolo Bandini says that Chelsea striker Diego Costa will be a good fit in new manager Antonio Conte's system.
ESPN FC's Sid Lowe assesses the latest comments from Atletico Madrid president Enrique Cerezo about Diego Costa's return.
ESPN FC's Alexis Nunes and Shaka Hislop assess whether or not Diego Costa will move back to Atletico Madrid.
The ESPN FC team debate the effect Diego Costa's latest controversy will have on his future at Stamford Bridge.

Antonio Conte is unable to guarantee if Diego Costa will remain at Chelsea next season, amid reports of interest from his former club Atletico Madrid.

Costa, who signed for Chelsea in 2014 on a five-year contract, has not featured in either of the club's preseason games on their U.S. tour so far. Speaking at a news conference after the 3-2 defeat against Real Madrid, Conte insisted this was because of injury.

Conte said: "I speak for today and today Costa is Chelsea's player. Tomorrow if you ask...

 By Nick Miller

Arsenal, Spurs are Prem contenders hit hardest by summer exertions

ESPN FC's Paul Mariner assesses whether or not Aaron Ramsey is the key to unlock an Arsenal title run.

In a year with the European Championships, the Copa America and the Olympics ahead, we take a look at which of the Premier League's title challengers will be most affected by the summer exertions.

The dark times are almost over. The barren month or so after Euro 2016 is coming to an end. We will no longer have to rely on the scraps of preseason friendlies to be sated. Rejoice, breathe sighs of relief, for the Premier League season is almost upon us.

It's become something of a cliche now to say that...

Matt Miazga denies any loan plans as Conte confirms talks after U.S. tour

Antonio Conte said American Matt Miazga's future with the club won't be decided until after the team's preseason concludes.
Braces from Marcelo and Eden Hazard stole the show at the Big House as Real Madrid beat Chelsea 3-2.
Braces from Marcelo and Eden Hazard stole the show at the Big House as Real Madrid beat Chelsea 3-2.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Chelsea and U.S. international defender Matt Miazga said he hasn't heard anything about a plan to send him out on loan, and that he's staying focused on preseason with Chelsea.

Manager Antonio Conte said that he'll make a decision about Miazga when the team returns from its U.S. tour.

Miazga was an unused substitute in Saturday's 3-2 defeat to Real Madrid in the International Champions Cup, marking the second consecutive ICC game that he didn't get on the field.

When asked during...

Conte says Chelsea will repeat woeful 2015-16 unless teamwork improves

Following an ICC defeat to Real Madrid, Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says working together will bring progress, not transfers.
Braces from Marcelo and Eden Hazard stole the show at the Big House as Real Madrid beat Chelsea 3-2.

ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- Chelsea manager Antonio Conte says that Chelsea risk enduring another disappointing season unless they find a way to become a team both on and off the field.

Chelsea fell to Real Madrid 3-2 on Saturday in an International Champions Cup match, but the scoreline flattered the Blues. Real scored three times in an 18-minute spell of the first half, and largely cruised from there. Two Eden Hazard goals late in the match pulled Chelsea close, but the tallies came after Los Blancos...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

ICC: Messi starts in Barca win; Real top Chelsea; Green leads Bayern rout

Arda Turan and Munir were on the score sheet as they eased past Celtic 3-1 at the Aviva Stadium.

Celtic were out-gunned but not out-classed as they fell to a 3-1 defeat to Barcelona in Dublin.

The Spanish giants named a strong starting XI that included superstar frontmen Lionel Messi and Luis Suarez.

And while the Parkhead outfit were undone by strikes from Arda Turan and Munir El Haddadi either side of Efe Ambrose's own goal, there was no humiliation for Brendan Rodgers' team.

Braces from Marcelo and Eden Hazard stole the show at the Big House as Real Madrid beat Chelsea 3-2.

Real Madrid rode a dominating first half performance to defeat Premier League side Chelsea 3-2 in an International...